Banks Face Brexit Bill of $66,000 Per U.K. Employee Moved Abroad

  • Synechron analysis includes relocation, rent, redundancy costs
  • Banks have threatened to move thousands abroad after U.K. vote

Pedestrians look at the view of the Canary Wharf financial, shopping and business district, from Greenwich Park in London.

Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

The cost for banks wanting to move their U.K. staff abroad after Britain decided to leave the European Union is 50,000 pounds ($65,660) per employee, according to consulting firm Synechron Inc.

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